The Chart Show: 60 and Punk Rocks the Vote

Death Cab for Cutie
Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard with pianist Zach Rae in The Current studio (MPR / Nate Ryan)

Brandi Carlile holds onto the #1 spot on the chart this week with "The Mother," a song that is destined to reach the Chart Show Hall of fame next week. Death Cab For Cutie enters the HOF this week with the closer to their new album, "Thank You For Today." Their song "60 and Punk" hasn't been an official single off the new album but is clearly a fan favorite ending it's run on the chart at #6. We lost Weezer after 3 weeks on the chart and see the re-entry of Bob Mould, and a strong debut by The War and Treaty following their session at The Current. "Are You Ready To Love Me" scored the #14 spot for the first week on the chart. Greta Van Fleet yo-yo'ed to #10, and locals take a run at the top of the with Hippo Campus' "Think It Over" at #2 and Chastity Brown at #3. First Aid Kit are poised to enter the Chart Show Hall of Fame next week if they don't continue to slide down the chart, and Muse hold onto #20 with their single, "Pressure."

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TWLWWksThe Current Chart Show
119Brandi CarlileThe Mother
263Hippo CampusThink It Over
378Chastity BrownMad Love
4113Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night SweatsHey Mama
5177Leon BridgesIf It Feels Good (Then It Must Be)
6410Death Cab For Cutie60 and Punk
7105Lake Street DiveShame Shame Shame
859First Aid KitTender Offerings
9126Low Disarray
1023Greta Van FleetYou're The One
1195boygeniusBite The Hand
1236AtmosphereDrown feat. Cashinova The Lioness Dem Atlas
13156Sharon Van EttenComeback Kick
14X1The War and TreatyAre You Ready to Love Me
15186Billie EilishYou Should See Me In A Crown
16192Soccer MommyCool
17202Lenny KravitzLow
18145Maggie RogersLight On
19R2Bob Mould Sunshine Rock

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  • The Chart Show Ballot Vote every week for your top five tracks (and enter our weekly ticket giveaway while you're at it), then tune in Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. CT to see if your favorites make the Chart Show, hosted by Mark Wheat!
  • The Chart Show Hall of Fame When a song stays on The Chart Show's chart for more than 10 weeks, we retire it from the poll and it enters the very prestigious Chart Show Hall of Fame.